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The Netherlands Bans "Magic" Mushrooms - 28 Nov 2008
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November 28, 2008
Boxes containing magic mushrooms sit on a counter at a coffee and smart shop in Rotterdam November 28,...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Boxes containing magic mushrooms sit on counter at coffee and smart shop in Rotterdam
Boxes containing magic mushrooms sit on a counter at a coffee and smart shop in Rotterdam November 28, 2008. The Netherlands will ban the sale and cultivation of all hallucinogenic "magic" mushrooms from next week, the latest target of a country seeking to shed its "anything goes" image. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS)
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June 07, 2007
Pedro Tangoa, a shaman, performs a ritual treatment for the photographer after drinking a beverage containing...
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Pedro Tangoa, a shaman, performs a ritual treatment for the photographer after drinking a beverage containing...
Pedro Tangoa, a shaman, performs a ritual treatment for the photographer after drinking a beverage containing ayahuasca in Lima April 23, 2007. A powerful hallucinogenic vine, long revered by Amazon Indians as a tool for peering deep into the psyche, is drawing interest from urban Peruvians and enticing foreign visitors to Peru. Known as the "vine of souls" in the Quechua language of the ancient Inca empire, ayahuasca contains dimethyltryptamine (DMT), a chemical resembling the structure of psilocybin in psychedelic mushrooms. To match feature PERU-AYAHUASCA/ REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
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June 07, 2007
Pedro Tangoa, a shaman, performs a ritual treatment for the photographer after drinking a beverage containing...
Lima, Peru
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Pedro Tangoa, a shaman, performs a ritual treatment for the photographer after drinking a beverage containing ayahuasca in Lima April 23, 2007. A powerful hallucinogenic vine, long revered by Amazon Indians as a tool for peering deep into the psyche, is drawing interest from urban Peruvians and enticing foreign visitors to Peru. Known as the "vine of souls" in the Quechua language of the ancient Inca empire, ayahuasca contains dimethyltryptamine (DMT), a chemical resembling the structure of psilocybin in psychedelic mushrooms. To match feature PERU-AYAHUASCA/ REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE ALSO SEE: GM1E8BR194X01
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June 07, 2007
A cup containing a beverage made of ayahuasca is placed next to a tobacco pipe and cigarettes during...
Lima, Peru
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A cup containing a beverage made of ayahuasca is placed next to a tobacco pipe and cigarettes during a ritual treatment in Lima by shaman Pedro Tangoa, April 23, 2007. A powerful hallucinogenic vine, long revered by Amazon Indians as a tool for peering deep into the psyche, is drawing interest from urban Peruvians and enticing foreign visitors to Peru. Known as the "vine of souls" in the Quechua language of the ancient Inca empire, ayahuasca contains dimethyltryptamine (DMT), a chemical resembling the structure of psilocybin in psychedelic mushrooms. To match feature PERU-AYAHUASCA/REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU)
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June 07, 2007
Pedro Tangoa, a shaman, performs a ritual treatment for the photographer after drinking a beverage containing...
Lima, Peru
To match feature PERU-AYAHUASCA/
Pedro Tangoa, a shaman, performs a ritual treatment for the photographer after drinking a beverage containing ayahuasca in Lima April 23, 2007. A powerful hallucinogenic vine, long revered by Amazon Indians as a tool for peering deep into the psyche, is drawing interest from urban Peruvians and enticing foreign visitors to Peru. Known as the "vine of souls" in the Quechua language of the ancient Inca empire, ayahuasca contains dimethyltryptamine (DMT), a chemical resembling the structure of psilocybin in psychedelic mushrooms. To match feature PERU-AYAHUASCA/ REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU)
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